Droopy Dog Abstraction
Proceeds from this edition benefit the Summer 2018 exhibition at the Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College examining the legacies of legendary art dealers Pat Hearn and Colin de Land.
Editions 1-15 to sell as part of the suite of prints; individual sales to begin at edition 16.
The edition is limited to one per person.
By purchasing this edition you agree that George Condo, Droopy Dog Abstraction, is for your private collection only. It will not be listed for sale on any website nor exhibited at any gallery or art fair. Any resale of the edition must go through Art+Culture Projects, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
George Condo’s contribution to a collection of prints for CCS Bard’s forthcoming exhibition ‘The Conditions of Being Art: American Fine Arts, Co. & Pat Hearn Gallery (1983-2004)’, examining the legacies of legendary art dealers Pat Hearn and Colin de Land, is a silkscreen based upon a painting that has never been exhibited before. The iconography speaks for itself: part pseudo-man, part sleepy (or drunk) dog, dressed for an obligatory formal dinner or to have his commissioned portrait painted.